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Printer-friendly recipe > Serves 1–2 entrée, 3–4 sides Ingredients: 4 tablespoons, whole butter 1/2 cup, onion (small diced) 4 cups (3–4 whole potatoes), Russet potato (small diced) 1 clove, garlic (minced) 4 cups, chicken stock (heated) 1/4 cup, Parmesan Reggiano (grated) Salt, to taste Pepper, to taste Directions: Heat well-seasoned chicken stock and hold at […]
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By Anatole Sullivan Have you ever tried to make a recipe that was 900 years old with no idea how it was supposed to taste? Well, that’s what we did in my Applied Food Studies class. We are studying how taste and smell so we can better understand our distant past. Given the limited evidence […]
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